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    The Cromwell, Las Vegas Review

    3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
    The Cromwell Review
     
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: Las Vegas, USA, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £280 per night
     

    Located on the Las Vegas Boulevard, you will find the recently opened Cromwell. Itís a vibrant casino and hotel, described as the only boutique hotel in Vegas. Itís just a few minutesí walk from Caesars and the Bellagio fountains.

    As we pulled up in the valet area, our doors were quickly opened and our luggage was taken away. We were shown to reception and we were impressed by the surroundings. We have stayed in many hotel in Vegas, and I have to say that The Cromwell has a more personal and boutique touch than what we have come to expect in Vegas. A very warm welcome, and a nice change.

    With just two check-in desks available, I was invited to take a seat while we are checked in. After a short greeting and introduction, we were shown the way to our Parlour Suite. Our suite was spacious, and included a large living area, a small kitchen, a separate bedroom area with a beautiful bathtub, a small walk-in wardrobe, a large bathroom with a drench style shower, and steam room which was perfect for the morning after the night before.

    ďThe dťcor of the suite is full of character.Ē

    The dťcor of the suite is full of character, and the boutique design is ever present. There is a high level of attention to detail behind the design features, and is a refreshing change from the usual in Vegas. There were some interesting art pieces throughout the hotel, and the communal areas were.

    There are a range of facilities throughout the hotel. With an expansive casino floor, fitness facilities, Giada, Bound by Salvatore and a rooftop nightclub and pools. Drais Beach Club is a trendy club, with luxe leather seating, private tables and VIP areas. Certainly the place to be if you want a good time in Vegas.

    We had a faultless experience. Didnít need or want for anything with the wide range of amenities provided within the hotel. There were always staff on hand with a smile, the valet and door staff made us feel special by handing all our luggage and holding the doors open. Will be staying here again Iím sure.

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